I was born in 1968 in Budapest. Upon completing my studies, I worked for Hungarian Public Television as a camera operator and camera assistant until 1991. During my time there, I acquired the fundamentals of cinematography and the professional use of pro and broadcast cameras.

From 1991, I was employed as a Steadicam Assistant for the first Hungarian commercial production company, named Kozmo Film, where I immersed myself in the intoxicating world of film production. I had the opportunity to participate in the making of Stalin, the Hungarian-American co-production of HBO in 1993, shot by the Oscar-winner Vilmos Zsigmond. After the reorganization of Kozmo Film, I started working for its successor, Filmpartners, on several projects: tv, advertising, video and reference films. In addition to working for Filmpartners, I ventured into business on my own, shooting other projects. During this time, I was also regularly working for the first Hungarian music television, named Top Tv, creating numerous music videos, recording live concerts and live studio broadcasts. I was also fortunate to learn filmmaking from a director’s point of view, actively participating in everything from brainstorming sessions, script writing, post-production coordination, basically managing all aspects of movie-making along the way. Upon completing the full-feature box office hit Üvegtigris, I started working for Filmservice as a director, cinematographer and post-production manager.

By 2003, I was ready to walk my own path and now I work as a freelance director and cinematographer.